I didn’t want to mention it for the same reason that Tom didn’t want to mention it in his profile: because it’s irrelevant to anything that makes him a good accountant, husband, or father. He’s just been confronted with a very ugly reality that has shaken his confidence in people.Yet his height defines him, since it has prevented otherwise interested women from being interested in him over the course of his entire life. Okay, I’m kidding about the last part, but only because I’m so serious about the rest of this. And even though we had good initial results, the fact remains, empirically: women don’t want short men.If you’re a regular reader, you probably knew that I was on the CBS Early Show in July. We wrote two new profile essays that were unique, funny and confident.Appearing with me was one of my all-time favorite clients, Tom Pandolfo. We renamed him “Look Ma No Hair.” And we watched as his in-box filled up with interested women.The rambling film starred Joy Bang, with her long blonde tresses and obligatory mid-60s fringe, as one third of a bizarre love triangle that also included painter, poet and Factory star Rene Ricard, and his lover, played by elderly raconteur Prescott Townshend, a sort of Cambridge Quentin Crisp.Townshend was a lifelong gay activist and an early proponent of Boston-area counterculture, which caused him to be embraced by the flower-power set who hung out in Boston Common.Another said she’d have considered th Lest you think this is an example of reality TV finding evidence to support a story, Tom tried his own experiment last week. You don’t really need to feel “protected” from the dangers of suburbia.
It can be a form of courtship that consists of social activities done by the couple.
Most of her well-known films didn’t give her many lines, or anything more than a decorative role, but Bang had an undeniable onscreen charm marked by a wide smile, a scratchy voice and a sense of the spontaneous. Bang’s professional career began in Boston, where she became the favored star of underground director Andrew Meyer.
“She was one of the girls for whom the term ‘teenybopper’ was coined as a result of her appearance in Andy Meyer’s superb An Early Clue to the New Direction,” recalls film critic David Ehrenstein.
On top of that they have a great media machine creating talent …and pushing it out to all corners of the globe over the past few years.
Those who have experience dating Korean girls lament the chasm between the images put out through k-pop and the reality of dating in Korea, though.